Glasson Rangers pulled off a stunning victory over National Conference League opposition in the BARLA National Cup.

The Maryport side beat Drighlington, of NCL Division Three, 28-12 to set-up another home tie in round two on Saturday.

They will host Skirlaugh who play in Division One of the Conference and are renowned cup fighters and former winners.

Glasson were leading 16-6 at the break but Drighlington scored on the restart to pull the deficit back to just four points.

However, they did not make the scoreboard again as it was Glasson who finished well to wrap up a memorable win.

Glasson scored six tries through John Dollachin, Sean Mumberson, Gary Taylor, Dan Fryer, Gary Tierney and Jason Connery. Keenan Winter kicked two goals.

Aspatria Hornets, however, crashed out of the competition in Saturday’s delayed first-round tie when they lost 64-6 to the holders, Conference Premier Division side West Hull.

It was virtually all over at half-time when West Hull had built-up a 30-0 lead, and Aspatria’s immediate response after the restart wasn’t enough to change their fortunes.

Guy Reed went in for a try, converted by Luke Johnson, but that was it for the Hornets.

West Hull finished with 12 tries, eight of which were converted by Harry Tyson-Wilson, and they will go right through to the third-round stage as Saturday’s scheduled second-round opponents Eastern Rhinos have conceded.

That was the case with Doncaster-based Bentley who could not raise a team for their trip to Kells A.

As a result of that walkover, Kells A will now travel on Saturday to Upton who beat Cockermouth Titans in the first round.